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Med.: AIDS / Conference #321745

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 16, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Stockholm, Sweden: Susan Spencer) International AIDS Conf. featured. [Australia delegate Michael KIRBY - comments on AIDS.] Questions addressed at conference listed. [AIDS victim Dan TURNER - comments on survival.] Turner shown at dance therapy class for AIDS patients. [TURNER - says will do best he can.] [San Francisco General Hospital Dr. Don. ABRAMS - comments on treating virus.] AIDS researchers noted intrigued by Turner's ability to fight disease. [University of California Dr. Jay LEVY - comments on situation.] [TURNER - comments on living.] [KIRBY - comments on goals.]

Kuralt, Charles;
Spencer, Susan

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